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Michael Schumacher Autographed Poster
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Michael Schumacher Autographed Poster


38” x 27” color photograph (printed as a poster)of Michael Schumacher driving the Ferrari F2002 Championship car, autographed in blue marker by seven-time Formula One World Champion Michael Schumacher.

Signed at the Factory in early 2003, this poster was not meant for commercial sale; it was signed in anticipation of giving it to a team sponsor.

Schumacher, the seven-time World Champion is "statistically the greatest driver the sport has ever seen".

A beautiful autograph. This is the largest format signed Schumacher piece that we have ever seen. Schumacher was always a difficult autograph to obtain, even before the accident. This piece is beautiful, and irreplaceable.

Sold with Certificates of Authenticity from The Autograph Source (Lifetime Guarantee) and independent third-party authenticator PSA/DNA.

(This photo was taken through shrink-wrap. The poster itself is a very clear, beautiful photo. The white edge you see is NOT on the poster - it is the matt-board behind it. The poster is not dry-mounted to the board, and will be shipped rolled).


The 2002 Formula One season was the 53rd season of FIA Formula One motor racing. It featured the 2002 FIA Formula One World Championship, which commenced on 3 March and ended on 13 October after seventeen races.

The Drivers' Championship quickly became a battle for second place as Michael Schumacher finished first or second in every race except for the Malaysian Grand Prix, where he finished third, thus achieving a podium position in every race. He won a then-record 11 Grands Prix, surpassing the previous record of 9 wins, jointly held by himself (1995, 2000 and 2001) and Nigel Mansell (1992). He would also set the record for shortest time in which the World Drivers' Championship had been clinched, securing the title with a win at the French Grand Prix, with 6 races to go in the season. Schumacher took the Drivers' Championship by a record 67 point margin over teammate Rubens Barrichello, beating his own previous record for the 2001 season. Schumacher and Barrichello helped Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro [1] secure the Constructors' Championship with a points total that equalled the combined sum of points attained by all other constructors collectively.




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